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Being desirous of establishing and cultivating Peace and Harmony between our Nation and the Dey,...
It was not until the 18th instant that I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 3d of...
At this eventful period when caution must be united with firmness to preserve to the United...
As there appears no prospect of your making the stipulated payments for the lands which you...
(Copy) Dear Sir, Philadelphia March 4th 1793. Your letter of the 18th Ulto, & its enclosure, came...
You might, from appearances, suspect me of inattention to the honor of your corrispondence: and...
The posture of affairs in Europe, particularly between France and Great Britain, places the...
The President of the United States requests the attendance of the Secretary of State, at nine...
As the day is near at hand, when the President-elect is to take the oath of qualification, and no...
(Private) Sir, United States [Philadelphia] Feby 17th 1793. I transmit you a copy of a Letter...
(Circular) Gentlemen, United States [Philadelphia] March 21st 1793 The Treaty which is agreed to...
It is intimated to us, in such a way as to attract our attention, that France means to send a...
The Western Indians having proposed to us a conference at Sandusky in the ensuing Spring, I am...
G eorge W ashington, P resident of the U nited S tates of A merica, To all to whom these Presents...
Chiefs and Warriors of the Tribes of Indians residi⟨ng⟩ on the Wabash and Illinois Rivers. As you...
I approve of the Plan of Doctr Thornton for a Capitol to be erected in the City of Washington. LB...
(Private) Gentlemen, Philadelphia January 31st 1793 I have had under consideration Mr Hallet’s...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 5th of January and 8th of february. The...
On my way to, and at the landing of George Town yesterday, I had a good deal of conversation with...
The regular course which the affairs of The Federal City are likely to move in by the appointment...
This will be handed to you by Doctor Thornton of this City, who goes forward to lay before you a...
On thursday, 1 Oclock afternoon, it is proposed to pay the last Office (in funeral obsequies) to...
I was much pleased with the information which you gave me in your letter of the 19th Inst....
I have been favored with your Letter of the 17th Inst: & beg you to be assured that nothing was...
At One ’oclock afternoon on Thursday next, I mean to pay the last respect to my deceased...
Enclosed is an open Letter to mister Lee, Collector at Alexandria, requesting him to deliver up...
Letter not found: to John Fitzgerald, 24 May 1793. Fitzgerald wrote GW on 31 May that he was...
Two or three days after my arrival in this City, I forwarded a Commission appointing you...
Previous to the receipt of your letter of the 10th inst. enclosing a copy of Mr Elli[c]ott’s...
On Saturday last the President recd a letter, wh. was enclosed in one to you from Mr Thos Bowen,...